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    Ninja 500 Yerfdog 3203 (with video of offroad ripping)

    Rode with a 570 Polaris ranger and the Ranger could not keep up at all in the trails or in the fields. The rear shock upgrade made such a big difference that now I want to do the fronts.
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    Wanting to see your crazy builds

    In theory, it does 80 mph never got there I have been 68 and that's plenty for me.
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    Wanting to see your crazy builds

    Yerfdog 3203 with a Vulcan 500 engine. Nothing is pretty but everything works. This was my first fabrication project.
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    Ninja 500 Yerfdog 3203 (with video of offroad ripping)

    Shocks Have been Upgraded (and oversprayed lol) and I added another 10in Rotor and Caliper and now it stops on a dime.
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    Ninja 500 Yerfdog 3203 (with video of offroad ripping)

    Went to a torque tube shifter and it's sweet
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    Ninja 500 Yerfdog 3203 (with video of offroad ripping)

    15-minute Video of ripping. Sorry for the music forgot that the sena records music as well. The rear suspension needs to be upgraded.
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    Ninja 500 Yerfdog 3203 (with video of offroad ripping)

    Took it out over the weekend and ripped it like crazy. Everything went well and the engine is running way better. I had one small issue my water pump hose started to cave in when it got really hot at the bend. Ill fix this by using a couple 90s rather than bulk tubing.
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    Ninja 500 Yerfdog 3203 (with video of offroad ripping)

    Mounted up the warning lights, and I wired the neutral switch to the turn signal indicator light so you get a big green light in the middle when in neutral. Taking it out next weekend, and ill beat the heck out of it.
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    Build log "I'll name this buggy later" Sun-L 500cc

    13 tooth from sprocket specialists on the front which helps a decent bit with clearance. Too much smaller and the chain might rub on the outside of the case. Might be able to get away with a 12T. I have a 50t on the rear.
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    Build log "I'll name this buggy later" Sun-L 500cc

    Looks good! Can't wait to see this when its all done. What gearing did you go with? Also, Btw I ran into the same issue as you and ran a 520 idler sprocket so it would clear & a smaller front sprocket helps clearance. It was off a Buell motorcycle if I recall. I also ended up using a half link...
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    Ninja 500 Yerfdog 3203 (with video of offroad ripping)

    Well I lied I started working on it again even though nothing broke. I added some shock absorbers to combat the pogo effect of having the springs almost vertical. BTW the reason they are vertical is because I couldn't find a shock that was strong enough to mount ideally. I talked with joe one of...
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    Ninja 500 Yerfdog 3203 (with video of offroad ripping)

    let me know when you start your thread I would definitely like to see your build.
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    Ninja 500 Yerfdog 3203 (with video of offroad ripping)

    The brakes are not what I would want them to be they slow down the thing fairly quick and work fine off road but they will not lock up on pavement. I used the front ninja brake mounted on the rear. Before I had the ninja brake on the rear and 2 minis on the front but I kept blowing wheel...
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    Ninja 500 Yerfdog 3203 (with video of offroad ripping)

    The radiator seems to be keeping it plenty cool. Got around to painting it
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    Ninja 500 Yerfdog 3203 (with video of offroad ripping)

    Its been icy here so I haven't gotten it out yet. I used a civic radiator they can be had very cheaply mine was under $60 core is 14.25" x 13.75" x 1.50". I will post back when I get to take it out should be sometime in the next couple weeks. Did you get the wiring figured out?
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    Ninja 500 Yerfdog 3203 (with video of offroad ripping)

    Finished the cage and mounted up the radiator now just have to plum and test it.
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    Ninja 500 Yerfdog 3203 (with video of offroad ripping)

    Take the orange ignition wire and the power wire( white on mine) but you can use any 12V powered wire and and connect the orange ignition wire to the 12v powered wire with a 100ohm resistor on the orange wire. And obviously run a ground to the other side of the switch. If you need to you can run...
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